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Addressing queries regarding Citadel and the Panama Papers

There are legitimate uses for offshore companies and trusts

Citadel Investment Services
Fri May 13 2016

Lion of Africa Life’s position on child grant policies

It is worrying that a real benefit available to the poor may be removed

Lion of Africa Life
Fri May 06 2016

Protecting your Pocket and Sanity comes Standard with a Home Warranty

Professional property inspectors is the first step towards peace of mind

Hollard Insurance
Thu May 05 2016

Proactive risk management key driver for Centriq - Tradesure partnership

Claims processing and administration form an integral part of the customer experience

Centriq Insurance
Tue Apr 26 2016

The role of cash in your investment portfolio

Market recoveries often deliver the best investment returns

Foord Asset Management
Tue Apr 19 2016

Latest News

Bridging the uninsured gap

South African insurers have called on the government to start compulsory motor cover

Tue Feb 23 2016

Can South Africa avoid junk status? (Part 2)

The risk of a downgrade in the near future is relatively high

Tue Feb 09 2016

Can South Africa avoid junk status? (Part 1)

The South African government does not have a growth policy

Mon Feb 01 2016

Changing strategies for success

It is critical for innovation to become a key attribute of day-to-day business

Wed Jan 27 2016

Point Of View

How safe are your car’s tyres?

Keeping safe on the road is not only about being an alert and cautious driver, it is also about making sure that your car is always in tip-top condition. An essential part of that is ensuring that your tyres are in a roadworthy condition – after all, the tyres are the point of contact between your vehicle and the road.
Rory Judd - Sat Aug 16 2014 - Views:13475

The greatest possible pitfalls in investment planning

Investors need to think in terms of taking responsibility for their investments, rather than being “victims” of their investment circumstances. The term “victim” is used in many instances and in the financial world we hear of victims of investment schemes, victims of inflation, victims of poor planning and so on. But what if the word victim did not exist and the notion and culture of being a victim disappeared? If we are not a victim of something, we must take responsibility for it. While this may seem challenging, it is also highly empowering.
Patrick Barker - Wed Jul 02 2014 - Views:6967

How your insurance cover should grow up with you

Growing older means a lot of things change, including responsibilities, assets you own and the lifestyle you live. As you progress to different life stages, your insurance cover should change with you, so that wherever you are in life, you are adequately covered.
Rory Judd - Mon Jun 23 2014 - Views:6729

Manufacturing business confidence slumps

According to the Bureau for Economic Research’s (BER) 2014Q2 Manufacturing Survey, manufacturing business confidence plunged to its lowest level since the current cyclical upswing that started in 2009. Business confidence fell sharply to 25 index points in the second quarter of 2014, down from 41 in the first quarter. The fall in confidence was supported by a deterioration in most of the underlying survey indicators.
Brent Wilson - Thu Jun 19 2014 - Views:6575

Know thyself - Intelligent investing requires introspection

“The Intelligent Investor” is a seminal text on value investing written by Benjamin Graham (Warren Buffett’s mentor) in 1949. Its content has been applied and debated for the last six decades.
Paul Cluer - Wed Jun 11 2014 - Views:5688

Retail therapy is a chronic disease

According to a recent AMPS2013 study 32% of South African adults say they shop for pleasure at least once a month and 72% of South African adults think the statement ‘it is worth paying a higher price for a well-known brand’ is true or very true.
Wikus Olivier - Tue Jun 10 2014 - Views:5689

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      Brent WilsonAccording to the Eighty20 widget on - The South African Police Service (SAPS) recorded 3258 service delivery protest incidents from 2009 to 2012. (


        The Papillon FoundationThe Forest Town School for children with special needs is now benefiting greatly from a partnership with Papillon in their WEP project. Papillon is now sharing their computer refurbishment project with the school in order to train school leavers.


          Brent WilsonWent to the Investment Solutions presentation on India today and was most impressed by the comparative analysis.


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